The Morada Area Association provided 200 chairs for its town-hall meeting on Stockton-area growth issues Tuesday, but it wasn't nearly enough.
Some 350 to 400 people showed up to University Charter School in Morada to hear about issues regarding several large subdivisions planned within the city of Stockton, across Highway 99 from the semi-rural Morada community. People stood along the walls, some sat on the floor in front and others remained in the hallway.
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